Squeaky/Creaking Steering Wheel Shaft - How to fix?
So the steering shaft (basically the section right below the steering wheel and right above where the shaft disappears into the dash) has started to squeak/creak really really loud to the point where its embarrasing making turns...especially in parking lots. Its pretty ridiculous actually.
I took the steering wheel completly off, but the actual steering shaft area that is producing the noise is not accessable from up top or from outside the metal shaft it resides in. Or mabye it is and I'm not doing something right?
I tried getting some WD40 to leak down the shaft but to no avail.
Can anyone give me any clues on how to tackle this problem?
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